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The Most Influential Rabbi in Modern History

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The Most Influential Rabbi in Modern History

Joseph Telushkin, author of the bestselling book “Rebbe”, shares insights and lessons from the life and teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. (A lecture at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun in Manhattan, NY at the book launch)
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Bill Wells Louisville, Ky April 9, 2021

Have you read Robert Reich's book, The System? If more and more or "connected" through the tech, though may not quite understand the connectivity of the biology, that is to even to "The Movement" conceptual by the Rebbe, one begins to realize the patterns, the Design of LIFE?

I was able to hear Shirley Chilsom while serving as a young intern to a Dem. Congressman from Arkansas. "America has some brilliant men and brilliant women, America also has some stupid men and stupid women". To allow the thinking to transcend while emmanting the awareness of the unconditional love, increasingly is a must. The World is connected but may not comprehend the revelations by wich you are teaching?

Redefine the nature of "Work", for to wrestle till your hip dislocates, can result?

What happens if the alientation occurs, not with intention to alienate but rather an issue of social thermodynamics? Not sure if we are even listening? Possible to contact Rabbi Telushkin? Reply

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